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I’m a Man Utd legend – Arsenal players told manager he should never have let me go

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Andy Cole claims Arsenal players told their manager they should never have let him leave. The former striker, 52, became a Manchester United legend over the course of his supreme spell with the club between 1995 and 2001.

Under Sir Alex Ferguson, Cole played a crucial role in the iconic Treble-winning side of 1999 while scoring 93 top flight goals for the Red Devils.

Yet while he is best known for representing the red half of Manchester, Cole actually kick-started his football career at London rivals Arsenal as a teenager.

He made a single Premier League appearance for the Gunners aged 19 before being sold to Bristol City in 1992 for a fee of £500,000 READ MORE: 'Get rid of them' - Wayne Rooney delivers brutal Manchester United squad verdict to Erik ten Hag READ MORE: Man Utd legend admits he refused to play reserve game and fell out with Sir Alex Ferguson Cole has now revealed that he left Arsenal due to his disagreements with manager George Graham, who “didn’t like him” from the outset.

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